Move over, mattress sales, this weekend is all about skincare.

By Summer Cartwright
Updated May 22, 2020 @ 3:00 pm
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Memorial Day weekend is proving to be quite the time for skincare sales. Even the most luxurious celeb-adored products are seeing price drops — and deals are literally everywhere you look. Sephora is having a massive half-off sale; Dermstore is cutting prices sitewide by 20 percent (use code SUMMER); the more you shop, the more you save at Violet Gray; and Skinstore is taking things up a notch by not only offering 20 percent off products, but also throwing in a free seven-piece beauty bag with any purchase over $150. That’s a $111 free gift you’ll get on top of saving big.

Take a deep breath because that was certainly a lot to get through. Now onto the next chapter of fun: Many of the products you’ve seen celebrities obsess over (certainly refraining from thinking of our own tighter purse strings) are discounted this weekend. This includes Jennifer Aniston’s “five-minute facelift,” Meghan Markle’s eyelash growth serum, and Kate Hudson’s typically $180 moisturizer. Basically, we’re almost all on the same skincare playing field now, which means we’re basically six degrees away from Brad Pitt (or, more realistically, his aesthetician). Don’t question that logic, just go with it.

There are many more goodies where that came from, so check out all of these Hollywood favorites on sale now, and get your glow on for that red carpet walk you’ll be strutting down from the couch to your bed.

Jennifer Aniston – NuFace Facial Toning Device

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When she can’t go get her beloved $300 microcurrent facials, Aniston likes to workout her skin using the NuFace Trinity, which is often referred to as the “five-minute facelift.” She told InStyle that the toning device is an alternative to those pricey spa treatments.

The tool uses electrical microcurrent technology to tone facial muscles, thus reducing the appearance of wrinkles. It’s an easy step to any skincare routine, the perfect travel companion for much-needed pick-me-ups following flights and long car rides.

Shop now: $159 (Originally $199); dermstore.com

Meghan Markle – RevitaLash Advanced Eyelash Conditioner

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This eyelash serum has high marks from Markle, who swore to Allure in 2014 that the product makes her lashes look “as long as they could ever be.” The treatment produces fuller lashes after a few months of use and goes on sale about as much as Gucci bags — which is to say, is rarely ever.

Shop now: $78 (Originally $98); dermstore.com

Kim Kardashian – Dr Dennis Gross Skincare Ferulic and Retinol Wrinkle Recovery Overnight Serum

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To prevent dark spots and skin cancer, Kim turns to this wrinkle-reducing overnight serum to firm and protect her skin. The acid treatment also includes retinol and niacinamide, all of which combine to keep the skin moisturized and smooth.

Shop now: $70 (Originally $88); skinstore.com

Emily Ratajkowski – Cosrx Advanced Snail Mucin Power Essence

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To fix her “freaked out” quarantine skin, EmRata turned to snail mucin. The hydrating essence evens skin texture and tone. Plus, the highly concentrated product can diminish pores, heal scars, and brighten complexion.

Shop now: $19 (Originally $23); dermstore.com

Kristin Bell – Clarisonic Cleansing Brush

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You know skincare is good when other people in the house start to steal it. Kristin Bell says that's the case with her husband, Dax Sheppard, and her Clarisonic. The device reduces the appearance of pores in under a month, all the while firming and refreshing skin. The brush even comes with an app that can help you develop a more personalized and more reliable skincare regimen.

Shop now: $118 (Originally $169); sephora.com

Cindy Crawford - Foreo Luna Mini

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Her beauty is ageless, but that doesn’t mean Crawford doesn’t work for it. Among her skincare favorites is the Foreo Luna Mini. She told Byrdie that the device “brings the blood supply to my skin,” adding that it can also get rid of pesky pillow marks (what’s a good night of sleep without ‘em?). The silicone head softly removes dirt and grime from pores, and leaves skin clean and firm. It’s like a facial every time it’s used.

Shop now: $160 (Originally $199); skinstore.com

Kate Hudson - Crème de La Mer Moisturizing Cream

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If you had to guess one product that any celebrity uses, your money would be safe with the Crème de La Mer Moisturizing Cream. Fans include Beyoncè, the Kardashians, and Hudson — to name a few. She told People that it was “the first quality skincare product I ever used,” adding that the brand has been a constant in her beauty routine ever since. The luxury cream is made with soothing seaweed extract and eucalyptus oil to deeply hydrate dry, worn skin.

Shop now: $165 (Originally $180); violetgray.com

Natalie Dyer – Eve Lom Cleanser

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When it comes to makeup-removing tips and tricks, you should trust celebrities. Who else wears more products than them? The Stranger Things star told Into The Gloss that she relies on the cleansing balm to take off makeup at night. The rich cleanser incorporates clove, eucalyptus, chamomile, and hops into its formula to condition and clean skin.

Shop now: $60 (Originally $80); skinstore.com